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Ontario Provincial Police News Portal [TEMISKAMING] RADAR DETECTOR SEIZED 2014-02-05 (CITY OF TEMISKAMING SHORES, ON) – A member of the Temiskaming Detachment of the Ontario Provincial Police (OPP) was conducting traffic enforcement on February 2, 20

Scouts Canada’s Winter Survival Tips Can Help During Adventures or Getting Home Safe

Don’t hibernate! Embrace winter! One of the highlights of my day is a 4-km walk around Wascana Lake at noon. My husband and I rarely miss a day . And when we do, it’s not due to the weather, but scheduling conflicts.

Ombudsman to Investigate Hydro One: " Alarming Complaints About Billing Practices, Customer Service

TORONTO – Ontario Ombudsman André Marin today announced he will conduct a systemic investigation into complaints about serious problems with billing and customer service at Hydro One.

Detour Gold Updates Life of Mine Plan for Detour Lake

TORONTO, ONTARIO-- Detour Gold Corporation is pleased to announce an updated life of mine plan for its 100% owned Detour Lake open pit mine in northeastern Ontario. The new mine production plan supports a 21.

Police Remind Residents of Snowmobile Routes

The Timmins Police Service has been receiving numerous complaints from residents regarding snowmobiles being driven on roadways and in residential areas.

Premier Owes Answers to ONTC Workers, Families

QUEEN’S PARK – Premier Kathleen Wynne needs to tell Ontario Northland workers and their families when she will publicly declare an end to the Liberals’ ill-fated ONTC fire sale, Nipissing MPP Vic Fedeli demanded today.

Nominations Open For 2014 Nova Business Excellence Awards

Gala event now in its 12 th year of celebrating Timmins’ entrepreneurs Nominations are now being accepted for the Timmins Chamber of Commerce’s 2014 Nova Business Excellence Awards, the region’s biggest celebration of entrepreneurial achievement.

Timmins Police is Seeking Information About a Suspicious Hunt Camp Fire

The Timmins Police Service is seeking the public’s assistance regarding a suspicious fire that occurred at a hunting/trapping camp.

Flashing Red Light Specials in Downtown Timmins - City's Evolution to 4 Way Stops

Luc Duval, ?Director of Engineering at City of Timmins, wants to expand the red flashing lights that are presently running from 6 pm to 6 am in the downtown to a 24 hour test in March.

Hollinger Project Has Come a Long Way